Follow theyellowdaal Call it whatever, but langar wali dal is the most important dal to master in Punjabi Cusine. As per Wikipedia Langar (Punjabi: ਲੰਗਰ) (kitchen) is the term used in Sikhism for the community kitchen in a Gurdwara where a free meal is served to all the visitors, without distinction of religion, caste, gender, economic status or ethnicity. The free
Follow theyellowdaal Punjabi Methi Ka Paratha is the quintessential breakfast in punjabi homes. I mean we punjabi’s cannot imaging our lives without methi ka paratha. Its healthy, tasty and full of nutrition. I know its specific to winters but apparently in Mumbai its easily available all year long. Lucky for me that I can enjoy
Follow theyellowdaal First of all I would like to thank Sujata Ji for being the first to Guest Post on my blog! Yes its a first for me and I am so exited. She Blogs at Batter Up With Sujata. Hands down the best blog if your a looking for delicious and healthy recipes and of-course
Follow theyellowdaal Those who are non vegetarian are well versed with Chicken Butter Masala. Restaurant Style Chicken Butter Masala is a popular and a very tasty dish. Today I have replicated the same and the result was awesome. Succulent and juicy boneless chicken in creamy and butter dark onion gravy is one of the classics.
Follow theyellowdaal Butter Chicken is like the staple food of Punjabi’s. Over the years it has gained a lot of popularity among people. And why not…it’s unique taste and creamy texture is soooooo good, it’s hard to resist. I am not saying my butter chicken is healthy or anything but yes I can guarantee that
Follow theyellowdaal Thinking about my childhood punjabi baingan bharta comes straight to the forefront. Baingan at it’s best. The smell of roasted Baingan itself built my appetite. My mother made this very often and simple accompaniment such as Bondi Raita, papad, achar would bring such flavors. Frankly I think you need a Punjabi pallet to